Alameda County Proposed Housing Bond Resource Center

Alameda County Proposed Housing Bond Resource Center

Join NPH and EBHO in supporting the proposed Alameda County Affordable Housing Bond. Much work remains to be done before voters go to the polls in November – you will find updates and information on this campaign below!

 

 

 

WHAT COULD A HOUSING BOND DO IN ALAMEDA COUNTY?

 

NPH and EBHO have prepared an Alameda County Housing Bond Flyer in EnglishSpanish, Chinese, and Tagalog to help explain to voters what a housing bond could do in Alameda County and who is doing something about affordability in the county. Read more..

 

 

 

NPH POLL SHOWS VOTER SUPPORT FOR HOUSING BOND

 

More than two-thirds of likely Alameda County voters surveyed support an affordable housing bond for the November 2016 ballot. NPH and Supervisor Wilma Chan funded the survey, led by respected national pollster, EMC Research. View poll slides here and read more..

 

 

 

TELL SUPERVISORS WHAT TO INCLUDE IN THE PROPOSED BOND

 

NPH and EBHO have drafted a proposal and begun to develop outreach strategies across the housing community and our networks. We encourage members in Alameda County, who would be eligible to vote on the measure, to offer your ideas and enthusiasm on our member survey.

 

 

 

TOOL TO MAKE EAST BAY HOUSING MORE AFFORDABLE

 

Read this powerful Op-Ed, featured in the East Bay Times, from NPH’s Amie Fishman and EBHO’s Gloria Bruce, on how the proposed housing bond could help Alameda residents facing rising rents, astronomical home prices and displacement across the county.

 

 

TIME TO ATTEND A TOWN HALL

 

This is the big moment! Come make your voice heard as Alameda County Supervisors host town hall meetings about the crisis in affordability and a proposed $500 million housing bond on the November 2016 ballot. Can we count on you? Sign up to attend and read more..

 

HOUSING BOND NITTY GRITTY

 

For all of our policy-focused friends out there, please check out the Alameda County Community Development Agency’s, “Approval of Process and Timeline” and their “Overview of Draft Framework for Alameda County Housing Bond” for a more in-depth look at the proposed affordable housing bond.

Sarah Gudernatch